Set T24/T25 Operating Instructions

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1 Hicom 300 Set T24/T25 Operating Instructions TU :45 Call Forward Rep Secretary Programme Save Number Block Intercom Call Back Delete Alternating Call Queue Conference Message Retrieve Message Waiting Pickup Exec 1 Ring Transfer 1 Pickup Exec 2 Ring Transfer 2 Dial Dial Exec 1 2nd Call Rlse Dial Exec 2 Trsfer Return Call Pickup Trsfer - * 0 # Park Loud Spkr

2 Hicom 300 Digital User Guide Index Introduction... 4 Executive / Secretary Features Dial Executive / Dial Secretary...5 Answering Calls for Executive/s...6 Intercom... 7 Ring Transfer... 8 Representative Secretary...9 Call Forwarding Preset Call Forwarding Variable...13 Standard Features Internal and External Dialling Dialling the Switchboard...14 Call Pick Up Call Park Call Transfer Enquiry Call Call Queuing Alternating between Calls Transfer a Second Caller Way Conference Call Back External Line Reservation Call Diversion Features Call Forwarding Preset Call Forwarding Variable

3 Index - cont d PIN Features Follow Me Electronic Telephone Lock Mobile Class of Service Optional Features System Abbreviated Dialling Individual Abbreviated Dialling Speed Dialling Stored Number Redial Do Not Disturb Executive Override Call Trace Timed Reminder Night Service Key Settings (+/ )

4 Introduction This guide is designed to assist extension users on a Siemens Hicom 300 Communications System to use all authorised features. Your extension may not be authorised to use all features. The Siemens representative can confirm features that are available to you. Your extension may also be subject to trunk barring thus restricting where you may dial. A variety of instruments are available for use on the Hicom 300. e.g.- Siemens Set T25 - Digital Loudspeaking feature telephones Siemens Set T24 - Digital Open Listening feature telephones Siemens Set T8 - Digital Open Listening feature telephones Siemens euroset - Multi-frequency Loudspeaking telephones Venus - Analogue telephones Please refer to the separate instruction manuals for the Set T8, Analogue and euroset instruments. - authorised features are those features that your company has designated for your use and may vary from extension to extension. The Set T24 is a Digital feature telephone instrument with on-hook dialling and loudspeaker facilities but no microphone. The Set T25 is a Digital feature telephone instrument with Hands-Free operation allowing for on-hook dialling and bothway speech. 4

5 Dial Executive / Dial Secretary The Dial Exec / Dial Sec keys have multiple functions These keys provide direct access to the executive or secretary without using the Trsfer key. The LED indicates when the executive or secretary is busy on a call. Transfer a call to the Executive or Secretary. - press Dial Exec / Dial Sec key - announce call - replace handset Dial Executive or Secretary - press Dial Exec / Dial Sec key 5

6 Answering Calls for Executive/s When the secretary is free, calls for the executive/s will ring on her extension. Answer call for executive/s - display shows - SOURCE OF CALL FOR EXEC 1/2/3/4 - lift handset or press loudspeaker key Transfer the call - press Dial Exec key - announce the call - replace handset or press loudspeaker key When the secretary is busy, calls for her executive/s will flash on Pickup Exec key/s and a ping ring will warn her of holding call. Answer call for executive when busy - ask your current caller to hold on - press Pickup Exec key You are now connected to your executive s call and your original call is on hold. Transfer the second call - press Dial Exec key - announce the call - press 2nd Call Release key 1st caller is now on the line. 6

7 Intercom This feature allows the Executive to operate the Set T24/25 as a loudspeaking intercom to the Secretary. The Secretary also has the option to disable this feature by pressing the Block Intercom key Intercom Call from Executive or - press Dial Sec key - Secretary T24/25 rings - press Intercom key - the Secretary T24/25 loudspeaker is activated - press Intercom key - press Dial Sec key - the Secretary T24/25 loudspeaker is activated Block Intercom Call at Secretary T24/25 - press Block Intercom key If the Executive presses the Intercom key at this stage then the Secretary T24/25 will ring but the loudspeaker will not be activated. The display will also show - PROTECTED. 7

8 Ring Transfer Incoming calls for the Executive can be forwarded from the Secretary to the Executive for answering. This feature can be activated from either extension. Activate Ring Transfer - press Ring Transfer key - Ring Transfer LED is on - display shows - RING TRANSFER TO EXEC ACTIVATED Incoming calls for the Executive which normally ring on the Secretary s extension will now be diverted to the Executive s extension. Cancel Ring Transfer - press Ring Transfer key - Ring Transfer LED goes off - display shows - RING TRANSFER TO EXEC DEACTIVATED 8

9 Representative Secretary When a Secretary is temporarily absent a 2nd (Representative) Secretary, who has a Set T24/25, may be nominated to receive incoming calls for the Executive/s. Incoming calls for the Secretary will not be forwarded. Programme Representative Secretary number - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Rep Secretary key when display shows NEW NUMBER - dial nominated Secretary s extension number - display shows - STORED - Rep Secretary LED is on Deactivate Representative Secretary - press Rep Secretary key - Rep Secretary LED goes off Reactivate Representative Secretary - press Rep Secretary key - Rep Secretary LED is on When the Executive presses the Dial Sec key the call is routed to the Representative Secretary. 9

10 Representative Secretary - cont d Change Representative Secretary number - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Rep Secretary key - display shows - CURRENT DESTINATION - wait until display changes to - NEW NUMBER? - dial new Secretary s extension number - display shows - STORED - Rep Secretary LED is on 10

11 Call Forwarding Preset Calls for the secretary can be forwarded to a predetermined extension for answering. This can be to either a Digital or analogue extension. Program Preset Extension Number - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Call Forward key twice - display shows - NOTHING STORED NEW NUMBER? - dial required extension number - display shows - FORWARDING STORED - Call Forward LED is on (i.e. feature is activated automatically) - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME The predetermined extension number has now been permanently programmed. Calls will now go to the Preset destination immediately. Deactivate Call Forwarding - press Call Forward key - Call Forward LED goes off - display shows - FORWARDING DEACTIVATED When Preset Call Forward destination has been programmed but deactivated it will serve as Call Forward No Answer i.e. If your extension rings for longer than +/- 25 seconds it will automatically divert to the Preset extension number. 11

12 Call Forwarding Preset - cont d Activate Call Forwarding - press Call Forward key - Call Forward LED is on - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME Calls will now go to the Preset destination immediately. Change Preset Extension Number - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Call Forward key twice - display shows - FORWARDING CURRENT DESTINATION - wait until display shows - FORWARDING NEW NUMBER? - dial required extension number - display shows - FORWARDING STORED - Call Forward LED is on (i.e. feature is activated automatically) - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME 12

13 Call Forwarding Variable This feature allows you to divert all your calls to an extension of your choice and will override your Call Forward Preset destination. Activate Call Forwarding - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Call Forward key once only - dial required extension number - display shows - FORWARDING STORED - Call Forward LED is on - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME When you lift your handset, special dial tone will also be heard to remind you that the feature is activated. Cancel Call Forwarding - Call Forward LED is on - press Call Forward key - Call Forward LED goes off Calls will now ring as normal on your extension. Your Call Forward Preset destination will now be restored. 13

14 Internal and External Dialling Handset operation - lift handset, listen for internal dial tone - dial the required internal or external number (preceded by "0") for outside line Handsfree operation - do not lift your handset - dial the required internal or external number (preceded by "0") for outside line NB Your telephone may have restricted dialling facilities, e.g. trunk calls may not be permitted. Dialling the Switchboard Handset operation - lift handset, listen for internal dial tone - dial 9 Handsfree operation - do not lift your handset - dial 9 14

15 Call Pick Up The call pick up feature allows you to answer any ringing extension in your pickup group from your extension. Activate Call Pick Up An extension within your pickup group is ringing or- - Call Pickup LED light flashes - a ping ring will also alert you to incoming call - display shows - SOURCE OF CALL DESTINATION OF CALL - lift your handset, listen for internal dial tone - press Call Pickup key - incoming call is answered - Call Pickup LED light flashes - a ping ring alerts you to incoming call - display shows - SOURCE OF CALL DESTINATION OF CALL - press Call Pickup key - incoming call is answered for handsfree operation 15

16 Call Park Calls may be parked on your Set T24/25 for retrieval from your instrument, or any other digital telephone in your Call Pickup group which is equipped with a Park key. Only 1 call per pickup group may be parked at a time. Park a Call - press Park key - Park LED flashes - replace your handset or press Loudspeaker key - Park LED remains flashing Retrieve a Parked Call or- - Park LED is flashing - lift your handset, listen for internal dial tone - press Park key - Park LED is off - caller is now on line - press Park key - Park LED is off - caller is now on line for handsfree operation 16

17 Call Transfer You may transfer an internal or external call from your extension to any other extension or to the switchboard. Transfer to a Free Extension (Announcing the Call) - press Trsfer key, listen for internal dial tone - dial the required extension or switchboard - when the extension or the switchboard answers, announce the call and replace the handset Transfer to a Free Extension (Call not Announced) - press Trsfer key, listen for internal dial tone - dial the required extension or switchboard - when you hear ring tone, replace your handset The call has now been transferred. If the ringing extension does not answer within a predetermined time the call will automatically be transferred back to your extension. Transfer to a Busy Extension - press Trsfer key, listen for internal dial tone - dial the required extension number - when you hear busy tone, replace your handset The call has now been transferred to the busy extension. If the busy extension terminates the call within a predetermined time and replaces the handset the transferred call will ring the extension. If the extension remains busy the call will automatically be transferred to your extension. 17

18 Call Transfer - cont d Transfer using the Dial keys or- or- - press the required Dial (DSS) key (internal only) - when the extension answers, announce the call and replace the handset - when you hear ring tone, replace your handset - when you hear busy tone, replace your handset Return to Caller If no reply or busy tone is received then you may return to the original caller without attempting to transfer the call. - press Trsfer Return key - you are now connected to the caller 18

19 Enquiry Call This feature allows you to hold an existing call, dial another extension or even an external number, conduct a conversation without the original caller overhearing, and then return to the original caller. Activate Enquiry Call - press Trsfer key, listen for internal dial tone - dial the required extension number or dial 0 and then the required external number - conduct your conversation - press Trsfer Return key to return to the original call Activate Enquiry Call using the Dial keys - press the required Dial (DSS) key - conduct your conversation - press Trsfer Return key to return to the original call You may use the Alternating key to switch between the original and 3rd party calls. In each case the other party is automatically placed on hold. 19

20 Call Queuing This feature allows a 2nd call to camp on your extension when you are busy on a call. The caller will receive ringing tone instead of busy tone. Activate Call Queuing - press Call Queue key - Call Queue LED is on When you are busy on a call and a 2nd call arrives it will be signalled by the flashing of your Call Pickup LED, and on all other digital instruments in your Pickup Group. A ping ring will also alert you to the 2nd call. If you do not use the Call Pickup feature to answer the 2nd call then the call will be routed to your Call Forward Preset destination which could be your Voice Mail. NB Please ensure that the Call Queue key is also activated on the Executive s extension so that the Executive s 2nd call can be answered by the Secretary. 20

21 Alternating between Calls You have a call on the line and wish to make a second call and want to alternate between both calls. or or - press Trsfer key - dial the required extension or external number - press the Dial / DSS key You have a call on the line and wish to answer a second call and want to alternate between both calls. or - press Call Pickup key - press Pickup Exec key You may use the Alternating key to switch between the original and 3rd party calls. In each case the other party is automatically placed on hold. 21

22 Transfer a Second Caller Answer 2nd Caller If you are busy on a call when the Call Pickup LED starts flashing and you wish to answer the waiting call. - ask 1st caller to hold - press Call Pickup key - 1st caller is placed on hold - 2nd caller is now on line Transfer 2nd Caller - press Trsfer key - dial required extension number - press 2nd Call Release key - 1st caller is now on line Return to Caller If no reply or busy tone is received then you can return to the second caller without attempting to transfer the call. - press Trsfer Return key - 2nd caller is now on line You can now either alternate between the 2 remaining calls or return to 1st caller. - press Trsfer Return key - 1st caller is now on line 22

23 3 Way Conference This feature allows you to bring a third party into an existing conversation on your extension. The options allowed are: 1. 3 extensions 2. 2 extensions and one external party 3. 1 extension and two external parties. Activate a 3 Way Conference - you are engaged on a call - press Trsfer key, listen for internal dial tone - dial the required extension or 0 and the external number - when the called party answers press Conference key - conference tone is heard and all 3 parties are connected. - display shows - CONF Activate a 3 Way Conference using the Speed Dial keys - you are engaged on a call - press the required Speed Dial key - when the called party answers press Conference key - conference tone is heard and all 3 parties are connected - display shows - CONF If the third party is no longer required, press the Trsfer Return key to disconnect. 23

24 Call Back Call Back requests can be left on extensions which have been rung and not answered or are busy. Activate Call Back - Busy - called extension is busy - press Call Back key - display shows - WILL CALL BACK - replace your handset or press Loudspeaker key The system will automatically call you back when both your extension and the called extension are free. - display shows - NAME and NUMBER FREE - lift handset or press Loudspeaker key - ring tone is heard as the required extension is rung Activate Call Back - No answer - called extension does not answer - press Call Back key - display shows - WILL CALL BACK - replace your handset or press Loudspeaker key When the called party returns to the office and has used the telephone the system will ring your telephone. - lift handset or press Loudspeaker key - ring tone is heard as the required extension is rung 24

25 Call Back - cont d If the called extension is a Set T24/25 digital instrument, with a mailbox facility, then a message will be left in the user s mailbox to call your extension. Should you fail to answer a Call Back that you have activated, the system will automatically cancel the feature after ringing your extension for a predetermined time. Cancel Call Back - press Call Back key - display shows - EXT NO and NAME DATE and TIME - press Delete key - display shows - AUTO CALLBACK DELETED - if required press Call Back key again to scroll Call Back Message Request In your absence a caller has left a Call Back request on your extension. - Message Waiting LED is on - press Message Waiting key - display shows - NAME CALL N DATE and TIME - if required press Call Back key again to scroll - press Message Retrieve key - caller appearing on display will be rung 25

26 External Line Reservation Should you dial 0 for a line and receive busy tone, i.e. all lines are busy, you may reserve the first line to become free for your use. Activate External Line Reservation You have dialled 0 for an external line and receive a busy tone, do not replace your handset. - display shows - PLEASE TRY LATER - press Call Back key - display shows - WILL CALL BACK - replace your handset or press Loudspeaker key When an external line becomes free your extension will ring. - display shows - 0 FREE - lift handset or press Loudspeaker key - internal dial tone is heard - Dial 0 for the line and required external number. 26

27 Call Forwarding Preset Your line can be forwarded to a predetermined extension for answering. This can be to either a Digital or analogue extension. Program Preset Extension Number - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Call Forward key twice - display shows - NOTHING STORED NEW NUMBER? - dial required extension number - display shows - FORWARDING STORED - Call Forward LED is on - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME The predetermined extension number has now been permanently programmed. Calls will now go to the Preset destination immediately. Deactivate Call Forwarding - press Call Forward key - Call Forward LED goes off - display shows - FORWARDING DEACTIVATED When Preset Call Forward destination has been programmed but deactivated it will serve as Call Forward No Answer i.e. If your extension rings for longer than +/- 25 seconds it will automatically divert to the Preset extension number. 27

28 Call Forwarding Preset - cont d Reactivate Call Forwarding - press Call Forward key - Call Forward LED is on - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME Calls will now go to the Preset destination immediately. Change Preset Extension Number - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Call Forward key twice - display shows - FORWARDING CURRENT DESTINATION - wait until display shows - FORWARDING NEW NUMBER? - dial required extension number - display shows - FORWARDING STORED - Call Forward LED is on (i.e. feature is activated automatically) - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME 28

29 Call Forwarding Variable This feature allows you to divert all your calls to an extension of your choice and will override your Call Forward Preset destination. Activate Call Forwarding - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press Call Forward key once only - dial required extension number - display shows - FORWARDING STORED - Call Forward LED is on - display shows - FORWARDING TO EXT NO NAME When you lift your handset, special dial tone will also be heard to remind you that the feature is activated. Cancel Call Forwarding - Call Forward LED is on - press Call Forward key - Call Forward LED goes off Calls will now ring as normal on your extension. Your Call Forward Preset destination will now be restored. 29

30 Follow Me This feature allows you to activate call forwarding at a remote extension to enable calls to follow you from extension to extension. Activate Follow Me When you arrive at the remote extension where you wish to receive calls made to your extension. - dial 25 and your PIN number - display shows - ID ENTERED FOR XXXX - dial 10 - Call Forward LED on - display shows - FORWARDING ACTIVATED Incoming calls to your extension will now be diverted to this extension. When you activate this feature it transfers various facilities to this extension e.g. Barring Restrictions, Stored No. Redial etc. Cancel Follow Me At the remote extension - first dial #10 (this cancels your Call Forwarding) - Call Forward LED goes off - dial #25 (this cancels your facilities) - display shows - IDENTIFICATION DELETED NB Should you forget to cancel your PIN at the remote extension, contact the extension and ask them to dial #25. The ID will however be automatically cancelled if the extension is not used for 5 minutes. The Call Forward can be cancelled from your own extension. 30

31 Electronic Telephone Lock This feature allows you to lock your extension, by dialling your PIN number, which prevents unauthorised use of your extension. The PIN number assigned to your extension will be provided by your System Administrator. Lock your Extension - dial 21 and your PIN number - display shows - CARRIED OUT Your extension will now be restricted to local or internal calls only Special dial tone will be heard to remind you that the feature is activated. Unlock your Extension - dial #21 and your PIN number - display shows - CARRIED OUT 31

32 Mobile Class of Service This feature allows you to activate your own Class of Service on an extension that has a lower Class of Service. Activate Mobile Class of Service - dial 25 and your PIN number - display shows - ID OF EXTENSION NUMBER ENTERED Call will now register against your name Cancel Mobile Class of Service - dial # 25 - display shows - IDENTIFICATION DELETED NB Should you forget to cancel your PIN at the remote extension, contact the extension and ask them to dial #25. The ID will however be automatically cancelled if the extension is not used for 5 minutes. The Call Forward can be cancelled from your own extension. 32

33 System Abbreviated Dialling The system allows for the storage of external telephone numbers divided into 16 groups, each containing 1000 numbers. You can have access to any 2 groups i.e numbers. By utilising the system abbreviated dialling you will be permitted to dial specific numbers that would be outside your normal trunk barring limits. Use the System Abbreviated Dialling - select the relevant access code from your Abbreviated Dialling Directory - dial the relevant code xxxxx - display shows - DIALLED NUMBER - wait whilst system dials the number The system will now dial the required external number, the time taken will vary according to the type of main exchange to which your Hicom 300 is connected. No tones will be heard whilst dialling is in progress. 33

34 Individual Abbreviated Dialling In addition to the System Abbreviated dialling lists you may programme 10 additional numbers, under the dial keypad digits 0-9, for your exclusive use. These numbers will, however, be subject to any trunk barring limits which apply to your extension. Programme numbers - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - dial 81 - display shows - SPEED DIAL - enter digit (0-9) under which to store new number - display shows - NOTHING STORED - wait until display changes to - NEW NUMBER? - enter required external number (preceded by 0 for outside line) - display shows - STORED Dial numbers - dial #81 - enter digit (0-9) under which required number is stored - display shows - DIALLED NUMBER - wait whilst system dials the number 34

35 Speed Dialling Spare keys on the Set T24/25 and all the keys on the add-on Set T29 are available for programming of direct dialling numbers, external or internal. There are 2 types of direct dialling keys available:- 1. Speed Dial keys (Dial) These keys are programmable by yourself for any external or internal numbers, subject to your trunk barring limits. 2. Direct Station Select (DSS) These keys are available for the programming of internal numbers. Each DSS key must have an associated LED to indicate the status of the extension i.e. busy or free. These keys can be used to pickup calls that flash on them if your phone is free. Programme Speed Dial and DSS numbers - display shows - PRESS FEATURE KEY OR DIAL CODE - press required Speed Dial key - display shows - SPEED DIAL NOTHING STORED - enter required number - display shows - STORED Dial numbers - press required Dial or DSS key - display shows - NUMBER DIALLED 35

36 Speed Dialling - cont d The Set T29 add-on Dialler The Set T29 is equipped with 29 keys of which 28 are programmable, the 29th being a Shift key. The Shift key is used for the programming of the 28 keys on the lower level giving a total of 56 programmable numbers. The LED s are used to indicate the status of the extensions i.e. busy or free. Speed Dial numbers can be programmed on the upper and lower levels. If a DSS key is programmed then the lower level function is lost. When programming or using the lower level keys the Shift key must first be pressed to activate this level. The Shift key LED will be on to indicate use of the lower level. 36

37 Stored Number Redial This feature allows you to store any desired number for later re-dialling. The number may be stored for as long as required. Store a Number You have dialled a number and have not been answered or the number is busy, do not replace your handset. - press Save Number key - display shows - STORED - replace your handset or press Loudspeaker key Redial the Number - press Save Number key - display shows - DIALLED NUMBER - the number is now automatically dialled by the system - lift handset when called party answers The number will remain stored until another number is stored, thus erasing the previous number. 37

38 Do Not Disturb If authorised you can use this feature to prevent incoming calls on your extension. Outgoing calls can be made in the normal manner. A Secretary Set T24/25 and the switchboard are able to override the feature if required. Activate Do Not Disturb - press Do Not Disturb key or dial 20 - display shows - DO NOT DISTURB ACTIVATED - Do Not Disturb LED is on When you lift your handset, special dial tone will also be heard to remind you that the feature is activated. Cancel Do Not Disturb - press Do Not Disturb key or dial #20 - display shows - DO NOT DISTURB DEACTIVATED - Do Not Disturb LED goes off 38

39 Executive Override This feature allows authorised extensions to interrupt a call in progress. Activate Executive Override - dial required internal number - busy tone is heard - dial 26 or press Override key - you will be connected to the call in progress. - a periodic warning tone is heard to warn all parties that Override is in operation Call Trace This feature allows you to trace the origin of the call on which you are busy. Activate Call Trace - call is in progress - dial 24 - display shows - CARRIED OUT - you are still connected to the call. When the call is terminated contact the System Administrator for the source of the call. 39

40 Timed Reminder Timed reminders or alarms can be programmed to remind you of meetings or appointments. Set Timed Reminder (e.g. 3:30 pm) - press Remind or Programme key display shows - REMINDER NOTHING STORED - or time of current alarm/s if Remind LED is on - enter display shows - STORED - Remind LED is on Alarm will sound for 30 seconds at 15:30, or stop if Remind key is pressed. If Remind key is not pressed then alarm will be repeated after 5 minutes and then automatically cancelled. Display Timed Reminders - Remind LED is on - press Remind key to scroll for alarms - display shows - REMINDER 15:30 Cancel Timed Reminder - press Remind key until required alarm is displayed or Prog press Delete key - display shows - DELETED - Remind LED goes off if this is the last remaining alarm 40

41 Night Service When the night bell rings - dial 88 - you are now connected to the caller Check with System Administrator if any other type of Night Service is operational. Key Settings (+/ ) The Plus and Minus keys allow for the individual setting of the levels of speech, ringing, ring tones and display contrast. Change Speech Volume - whilst busy on a call - press + or keys to adjust Speech volume - press + and keys simultaneously to store setting Change Ringing volume, Ring Tone frequency or Display contrast - Do not lift handset - press + and keys simultaneously - display shows selection for keys 1,2,3 and 4 - press 1 and then + or keys to adjust Ringing volume - or 2 and then + or keys to adjust Ping Ring volume - or 3 and then + or keys to adjust Ring Tone frequency - or 4 and then + or keys to adjust Display contrast - press + and keys simultaneously to store setting 41

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